- Lit Agents Join Forces In Agents Round Table
In response to a changing marketplace, 10 women literary agents have launched the Agents Round Table (ART), a consortium of independent agents who have pledged to share knowledge, resources, and contacts.The goal of ART, according to Regina Ryan who has an eponymous shingle, i
- The Counterfeit Agent
Agent: Heather Schroder, ICM.
- Lethal Agent
Agent: Simon Lipskar, Writers House.
- Agent in Place
Agent: Scott Miller, Trident Media Group.
- The Agent Runner
In this hard-nosed thriller from Steel Dagger Award–winner Conway (A Loyal Spy), a British agent tries to redeem himself after a professional miscalculation.
- The King's Agent
Agent: Irene Kraas, the Kraas Literary Agency.
- Agent of Judgment
Agent, Don Gastwirth.
- AGENT ORANGE
In combining e-book and audiobook features, AV Books offers a product that will allow readers, and listeners, to experience the written word in a different manner.
- Agent 6
In his third and final novel featuring Russian policeman Leo Demidov, Smith covers three decades in his protagonist’s life, beginning in Stalinist Russia in 1950 when Demidov meets his soon-to-be-wife, Raisa.
- Agent of Influence
Readers able to shoulder the technical Wall Street details that overburden this thriller set in the cut-throat world of investment banking will enjoy its bristling view of the mercenary side of moneymaking.
- Agenting In China
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, based on a story by Wang Du Lu, was one of the highest-grossing foreign-language films ever and won four Academy Awards.
- Change Agents
Nickles (Hype), a strategic brand and marketing consultant, offers an overview of today's employees, focusing on younger workers.
- Agents of Darkness
A darkened street is ``razored by flashing lights'' and a killer has learned the ``delicate beauty of patience'' in this handsomely crafted espionage tale, likely to be another winner for the bestselling Armstrong ( Mambo ; Jig ).
- THE SECRET AGENT
Mathews, writing as Stephanie Barron, has had considerable success splicing mystery plots with the real-life story of novelist Jane Austen.
- An Unlikely Agent
Margaret Trant, the heroine of Menczer’s pallid debut set in 1905, has worked for years as a secretary for a small London export firm run by Horace Plimpson, a friend of her late father.